Nursery Inspiration

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Maybe it’s because I’m already trying to make sure we treat them as individuals instead of twins (the advice I’ve heard from EVERY multiple mom I’ve spoken with.)  We stopped referring to them as the twins when I was about 20 weeks along.  Are any of my readers twin moms or dads?  I’d love to hear your thoughts on the subject.

All images can be found here.